Sitting in the shadows of Beltway 8, The Great Caruso Dinner Theater hunkers in the eastern corner of a renovated shopping strip. The parking lot, humming with shiny tour buses, is a vast expanse of blacktop. At the entrance, a heavy wooden revolving door shuffles patrons into a cowboy's wet dream of gold gilded walls, glistening crystal chandeliers and marble staircases. The dinner, which comes complete with salad and cheesecake, is served with enormous goblets of cheap wine as well as soft, warm white-bread rolls, thick stamps of butter and a big smile from the waiter, who's bound to be... More >>>